Understanding First Impression
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Understanding First Impression

strategies for making good first impressions, benefits of good first impression, personal space, personal appearance.
4.9 (5 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
9 students enrolled
Created by Eric Yeboah
Last updated 7/2018
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This course includes
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Learn the implication of having a good first impression in business and in any context.
  • Enable student to know the strategies and ways of contributing to make a good first impression.
  • The eye is the window of the soul, facial expression will aid student to use it to their advantage and in any context
  • help student interpret personal space gestures and personal appearance in a more thoughtful and knowledgeable way to aid life and business.
  • It will aid in even reading the movement of people either subordinate or superior.
  • Have knowledge about the strategies use improve non verbal communication in any context.
Requirements
  • willingness to learn
Description

Communication is the imparting or exchange of ideas, information or feeling. Why we all interpret non verbal communication in our own way to suit our situation is an issue you cannot force any body to explain because each of as have their own sense of judgement.

first impression play a vital role in our communication as business people and students we all need to take it serious because once any body form their impression about you which analyse say it take less than one minute for people to form their opinion . it is better we learn it seriously to affect our business and life.

knowing the benefits of first impression will help as understand more about the usage of first impression. Strategies to form a good first impression is the catalyst and keys to observe first impression critical in any conversation or meeting either in business of life situation. We all need to be a good communicators by being observant in both verbal and non verbal cues, gestures, facial expression etc all need to be observed carefully to aid our communication effectively and efficiently.

Who this course is for:
  • multinational companies
  • Small Medium Scale Enterprises
  • Self employed
  • Students
  • Marketers
  • Business owners
  • Sales people
  • Instructors
  • presentation experts
  • professionals
  • anybody who communicate
Course content
Expand all 41 lectures 01:45:15
+ BENEFITS OF GOOD FIRST IMPRESSIONS
4 lectures 14:22
Professional and Confidence Evaluation
04:12
Build Trust / Honesty
03:15
Competent / Credibility
03:27
+ TEN STRATEGIES/ WAYS FOR MAKING GOOD FIRST IMPRESSION
10 lectures 30:12
Dress / Attire
03:22
Accessible Personal Contact
02:31
Eye movement / eye contact
02:28
Focus
02:28
Smile / laughter
03:14
Handshake
03:36
Courtesy
02:53
Attitude
02:50
+ GESTURES
1 lecture 01:51
Jobbing a finger in the air for emphasis
01:51
+ PERSONAL APPEARANCE
3 lectures 09:10
Tapping the finger when impatient
03:08
Personal attractiveness
03:51
Grooming and Dress
02:11
+ POSTURE / POSITIONING
5 lectures 09:31
Sit, Stand, Walk and lie down
02:11
Interest and Attention
01:48
Self Confidence
01:36
Open Posture
01:58
Close Posture
01:58
+ PERSONAL SPACE
4 lectures 06:19
Personal Distance- 1.5 to 4 feet
01:40
Social Distance - 4 to 12 feet
01:12
Intimacy Distance - 6 to 18 inches
02:02
Public Distance - 12 to 25 Feet
01:25
+ MOVEMENT AND STILLNESS
2 lectures 03:32
Walk briskly convey determination
01:51
Can never sit still ( nervous, impatience, distraction)
01:41
+ STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE NON VERBAL COMMUNICATION
5 lectures 09:48
Pay attention to non verbal signals
02:13
Observe deceptive behaviors
01:44
observe tone of voice when speaking
03:00
observe eye movement
01:19
Ask questions about non verbal signals
01:32